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May 3, 9:00am - #170654 
high heat engine paint questions...

after seeing omar's(dabigticket)i decided to paint my plastics. so a couple of questions about high heat paint
1. is it ok to use 1200 degree paint with 500 degree clear coat?? i cant find 1200 degree clear coat around my area, do they even make them?
2. since i cant find them i decided to buy the 500 deg paint along with 500 deg clear coat would this paint withstand the heat of our engines??

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May 3, 9:01am - #170655 
Thats what I use, works great.

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May 3, 9:05am - #170656 
no problem thumbsup

Just make sure that you spray your clear coat within the "recoat window" that's marked onthe back of the can. It's usually within 1 hour, or after 48. If you spray any top coats in those 47 hours, you will encounter a problem called "topcoat lift". Basically, your topcoat will re-liquify the underlying coats, which then won't dry again. So, BE SURE you get all of your coats sprayed within an hour of each other, and that you allow about 5 minutes between each coat thumbsup


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May 3, 9:10am - #170657 
Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
no problem thumbsup

Just make sure that you spray your clear coat within the "recoat window" that's marked onthe back of the can. It's usually within 1 hour, or after 48. If you spray any top coats in those 47 hours, you will encounter a problem called "topcoat lift". Basically, your topcoat will re-liquify the underlying coats, which then won't dry again. So, BE SURE you get all of your coats sprayed within an hour of each other, and that you allow about 5 minutes between each coat thumbsup

iam following your paint guide bro thumbsup
so can i paint today let it dry sand paint tommorow,clean it then let it dry again. and then the 3rd day clear coat??? iam confused should i wait on the 4th day to clear coat??

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May 3, 9:16am - #170658 
if you put the proper thickness of ceramic paint on, you shouldn't really need to wet sand it... if you saw the thread i posted yesterday about my Intake, it came out nice and shiny, without any wet sanding. Personally, i would jus tuse testors model enamel on my engine plastics... they don't get hot enough to require 500 degree paint, and you don't have to worry about recoat windows and that crap. Plus, it has a better finish anyway thumbsup


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May 3, 9:22am - #170659 
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if you put the proper thickness of ceramic paint on, you shouldn't really need to wet sand it... if you saw the thread i posted yesterday about my Intake, it came out nice and shiny, without any wet sanding. Personally, i would jus tuse testors model enamel on my engine plastics... they don't get hot enough to require 500 degree paint, and you don't have to worry about recoat windows and that crap. Plus, it has a better finish anyway thumbsup

iam actually in the middle of painting it already frown iwas planning to wet sand it tomorrow. am i still good to go??ill wait till friday to clear coat is that still ok?
and another thing i really like the color i bought for my engine plastics and would like to match it when i paint my interior dash is it oke for me to use the same high heat paint for the enterior? that is if i cant find one thats not high heat

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May 3, 10:34am - #170660 
yeah, you're good to go... jsut make sure you wait that 48 before recoating it

And, you can use the high heat paint on the interior too, so that it will match... same rules apply though


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May 3, 10:36am - #170661 
Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
yeah, you're good to go... jsut make sure you wait that 48 before recoating it

And, you can use the high heat paint on the interior too, so that it will match... same rules apply though

thanks a lot bro cant wait till iam done thumbsup

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May 3, 10:38am - #170662 
post some pics, i wanna see em! thumbsup wave


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May 3, 11:08am - #170663 
Originally Posted by carbon_blue_gt
post some pics, i wanna see em! thumbsup wave

will do so once i finish smile

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May 5, 8:47pm - #170664 
i started on mines today. I used Dupli Color Engine Enamel. Its 500 Degree. btw i didnt used clear coat. they came out nice


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May 5, 8:49pm - #170665 
Originally Posted by gtscelica05
i started on mines today. I used Dupli Color Engine Enamel. Its 500 Degree. btw i didnt used clear coat. they came out nice


Glad to hear it came out nicely...

You should know, though, that without clear cote, the color WILL fade.


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May 5, 8:55pm - #170666 
really?? I didnt kno that! Mayb i should put a layer of it on.
What kind of clear coat do you recommend?


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May 5, 9:01pm - #170667 
i recommend dupli-color high heat clear


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May 5, 9:15pm - #170668 
hety carbonblue... as requested heres heres a pic of what i have so far this one still has no clear coat i practice on this part since i dont use it because it doesnt fit when my kit is on. it might take a while to finsih the whole engine as i have no time after this week. i was also thinking of going a darker blue but not dark that it looks black at night i need something that matches the AEM Intake (blue) or the apr flex bar(blue) do you think the duplicolor high heat blue(DH 1612) would match????

anyways heres my current practice piece

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May 5, 9:15pm - #170669 
ook, thanks for the info.


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May 5, 9:17pm - #170670 
heres a sample of what the color i want it to be...

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May 5, 9:19pm - #170671 
so which 1 matches better
DH 1612 high heat blue or
DE 1606 ford dark blue????

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May 6, 1:04pm - #170672 
Ford, thats what mine are now. Going to black soon.

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May 6, 1:34pm - #170673 
Originally Posted by Gen7fan
Ford, thats what mine are now. Going to black soon.

you have any pics? thumbsup

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